Sandra Haire to speak at Association for Fire Ecology Conference

  The Southwest Fire Ecology conference is focused on understanding changing fire regimes in the southwestern states. Sandra Haire will be presenting her past work on fire effects (a project with adviser Dr.Kevin McGarigal and sponsored by The Nature Conservancy) in the context of restoring southwestern landscapes, in addition to giving a talk on her current project with co-PI's Dr. Kevin McGarigal and Dr. Carol Miller (US Forest Service), regarding fire regimes in wilderness areas . The conference will be attended by cross-disciplinary scientists with expertise in climate, fire-adapted ecosystems, and restoration ecology, and managers engaged in local and regional problem solving.   Feb. 27 through March 1...
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BCT Students Model Amherst College in 3D

BCT Students in the BCT 420 and ECO 697SB classes just finished modeling 30+ buildings at Amherst College in 3D. Once approved by Google, those will appear in the official "3D Buildings" layer in Google Earth. Follow the link below to watch a video or download the KMZ file for Google Earth: http://blogs.umass.edu/bct420-schreyer/student-work/amherst-college-in-3d...
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LPRC Seminar Series: The Secret Lives of Leatherbacks: Satellite Tracking the World’s Largest Sea Turtle – Gloucester

  The Large Pelagics Research Center Presents: 2012 Fish and Fisheries Public Seminar Series Please join us Thursdays at 7pm at Maritime Gloucester.   Captain Scott Drabinowicz & Dr. Lisa Natanson · February 16th Captain of the Longliner F/V  Eagle Eye II, star of the Discovery Channel’s Swords: Life on the Line Northeast Fisheries Science Center, NMFS Collaboration at Sea: Partnerships between Fishermen and Scientists Dr. Tim Lam · February 23rd Large Pelagics Research Center, UMass Amherst, Hodgkins Cove Marine Station Dancing with the Stars: A Tale of Vertical Migrations by Striped Marlins and White Sharks in the Pacific Ocean Dr. Tom Weber · March 1st Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire Finding Fish:Multibeam Echosounder Applications to Fisheries Science Kara Dodge · March 8th Large Pelagics Research Center and University of New Hampshire The Secret Lives of Leatherbacks: Satellite Tracking the World’s Largest Sea Turtle All lectures are free and open to the public. Space is limited. Maritime Gloucester is located at 23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester. For more information, contact us at LPRCtunalab or 978-283-0368 ...
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Seminar Series: Finding Fish: Multibeam Echosounder Applications to Fisheries Science

The Large Pelagics Research Center Presents: 2012 Fish and Fisheries Public Seminar Series Please join us Thursdays at 7pm at Maritime Gloucester. Captain Scott Drabinowicz & Dr. Lisa Natanson · February 16th Captain of the Longliner F/V  Eagle Eye II, star of the Discovery Channel’s Swords: Life on the Line Northeast Fisheries Science Center, NMFS Collaboration at Sea: Partnerships between Fishermen and Scientists Dr. Tim Lam · February 23rd Large Pelagics Research Center, UMass Amherst, Hodgkins Cove Marine Station Dancing with the Stars: A Tale of Vertical Migrations by Striped Marlins and White Sharks in the Pacific Ocean Dr. Tom Weber · March 1st Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire Finding Fish:Multibeam Echosounder Applications to Fisheries Science Kara Dodge · March 8th Large Pelagics Research Center and University of New Hampshire The Secret Lives of Leatherbacks: Satellite Tracking the World’s Largest Sea Turtle All lectures are free and open to the public. Space is limited. Maritime Gloucester is located at 23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester. For more information, contact us at LPRCtunalab or 978-283-0368   ...
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LPRC Seminar: Dancing with the Stars: A Tale of Vertical Migrations by Striped Marlins and White Sharks in the Pacific Ocean – Gloucester

The Large Pelagics Research Center presents: 2012 Fish and Fisheries Public Seminar Series Please join us Thursdays at 7pm at Maritime Gloucester.   Captain Scott Drabinowicz & Dr. Lisa Natanson · February 16th Captain of the Longliner F/V  Eagle Eye II, star of the Discovery Channel’s Swords: Life on the Line Northeast Fisheries Science Center, NMFS Collaboration at Sea: Partnerships between Fishermen and Scientists Dr. Tim Lam · February 23rd Large Pelagics Research Center, UMass Amherst, Hodgkins Cove Marine Station Dancing with the Stars: A Tale of Vertical Migrations by Striped Marlins and White Sharks in the Pacific Ocean Dr. Tom Weber · March 1st Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire Finding Fish:Multibeam Echosounder Applications to Fisheries Science Kara Dodge · March 8th Large Pelagics Research Center and University of New Hampshire The Secret Lives of Leatherbacks: Satellite Tracking the World’s Largest Sea Turtle All lectures are free and open to the public. Space is limited. Maritime Gloucester is located at 23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester. For more information, contact us at LPRCtunalab or 978-283-0368   ...
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